Pasic


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Pašić

(pɑːˈʃɪtʃ)
n
(Biography) Nicola. 1845–1926, Serbian statesman; prime minister of Serbia (1891–92; 1904–05; 1906–08; 1909–11; 1912–18) and of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (1921–24; 1924–26)
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(41) Pasic was away from the capital campaigning for an upcoming election and had planned to take a short vacation to Greece.
Heidi Bucknall, events co-ordinator at PASIC said: "It's amazing to have this kind of help from Great Central Railway, it will have a real impact on families living with childhood cancer in the East Midlands.
Pasic criticized the defense for its closing arguments, in which it attacked the victim's credibility.
Snjezana Miskov (1), Romana Gjergja Juraski (2), Ivan Mikula (3), Silvio Basic (4) , Marija Bosnjak Pasic (5), Vesna Kosec (1), Zlatko Sabol (6), Aleksandra Fucic (7), Tomislav Sajko (8) and Vanja Basic Kes (1)
"The last two years represent the highest and second-highest totals for giving--and the third and fourth largest percentage increases in giving--in the past 10 years, adjusted for inflation," Amir Pasic, the Eugene R.
They learn about the foundation of education, social entrepreneurship, communication and leadership skills and eventually working on project development," said Dina Pasic, programme manager of WISE Learners' Voice Program during a media roundtable in Doha on Tuesday.
(9.) Pasic RP, Rizzo JA, Fang H, Ross S, Moore M, Gunnarsson C.